Ajax Cape Town head coach, Roger De Sa is looking to stop Kaizer Chiefs’ unbeaten streak when the Amakhosi come to town on Sunday October 19.
In the opening seven PSL matches of the 2014/15 season, Ajax have been the closest team to Chiefs in terms of form with four wins, two draws and one loss.
Chiefs were able to maintain a perfect start to the season so far, with seven wins in seven matches, however, Roger De Sa is hoping to dent this perfect run when the Glamour Boys visit Cape Town Stadium this weekend.
De Sa wants his boys to stay within touching distance of Stuart Baxter’s men, by taking maximum points from them on Sunday.
“Like I said, it is just another game. I don’t get carried away with these. We have to prepare and we know it is first versus second. It is important we stay in touch with them on the standings because they are running away with it at the moment,” said De Sa.
A win for the Urban Warriors could see them cut Chiefs’ lead down to just four points, however if things go Chiefs’ way, Ajax could slip out of the top four.
“They will have a good lead if results go their way. So we will be representing everyone in the league and hopefully we will prove that Chiefs are not this runaway train everyone is talking about. Maybe the train will stop in Cape Town this weekend,” concluded De Sa.